Pennsylvania HAZUS Network (PENNHAZUS)

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Dr. Thomas Mueller, Assistant Coordinator
Department of Earth Science
California University of Pennsylvania
250 University Avenue
California, PA 15419
p: 724.938.4255
f: 724.938.5780
e: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

SEPA HUG
George Heake, Emergency Management Coordinator
Institute on Disabilities (UCEDD) Temple University
Director of Operations
Center for Preparedness Research Education and Practice (CPREP)
Temple University
p: 215.204.7177
e: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

What We Do

The Pennsylvania HAZUS Network is a collection of HAZUS User Groups in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that will assist HAZUS users.  The Co-Chairs of the Network are .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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News from Region III

FEMA offers advice at local stores on repairing, rebuilding

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — As West Virginians repair or rebuild their homes damaged by last month’s storms, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and five local hardware and home improvement stores have teamed up to provide free information, tips and literature on making homes stronger and safer.

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Free disaster legal services available

Charleston, W.Va. — If you were affected during the June storms and have questions about legal issues such as repair contracts, working with contractors, replacing wills and other legal documents, you might be eligible to get free legal counseling from a group of West Virginia lawyers who have volunteered limited legal help.

Disaster legal Services provides legal assistance to low-income individuals who, prior to or because of the disaster, have little recourse to legal services as a consequence of a major disaster.

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SBA disaster assistance loans key to continuing the recovery process

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – If you are a disaster survivor in West Virginia applying for assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and are referred to the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA), it’s important to submit a low-interest disaster loan application. This will ensure that the federal disaster recovery process continues and you keep your options open. 

Next to insurance, an SBA low-interest disaster loan is the primary source of funds for real estate property repairs and for replacing contents destroyed in the June 22-29 storms.

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